Staycation review: Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel

By Elisa Chia   — November 04, 2016
  • Glamping at The Ritz-Carlton
    1 / 7 Glamping at The Ritz-Carlton

    There’s only one bed in this swanky, spacious suite at The Ritz-Carlton Milennia Singapore hotel, but my kids didn’t have to squeeze with Hubby and me.

    They wouldn’t have wanted to, anyway – they were going glamping. 

    A sleeping tent that could fit two kids was pitched next to our king-size bed.

     

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  • Fun under the tent
    2 / 7 Fun under the tent

    Inside, there was a thick, cushy mattress, two pillows, a portable night light and adorable Ritz-Carlton lion plushiesa. 

    The latter were still sealed in plastic bags, giving parents peace of mind that these are brand new. (You know how easily germs are spread through shared soft toys.) 

    My kids were so excited, they said they were going to stay up and chat all night in the tent.

    But that didn’t happen – they were exhausted from playing at the hotel’s new kids’ zone earlier on. 

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  • Hotel in-room treats for kids
    3 / 7 Hotel in-room treats for kids

    And look at these in-room welcome biscuits for the children. Too adorable to eat!

    Related: Staycation review: Village Hotel Bugis’ Kids First package

     

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  • Kids' club with amazing view of Marina Bay
    4 / 7 Kids' club with amazing view of Marina Bay

    During the day, we joined other young families at the Ritz Kids Playland, which opens daily from 9.30am to 5.30pm.

    Here, we bonded over crafts, toys and books.

    This dedicated area is for young guests from four to 12 years old, who must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

     

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  • Breakfast at Colony
    5 / 7 Breakfast at Colony

    Breakfast at the hotel’s buffet restaurant, Colony, was included under our Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures room package. 

     

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  • Live cooking stations at Colony
    6 / 7 Live cooking stations at Colony

    Besides offering an impressive spread, the buffet restaurant has live cooking stations, with chefs serving piping hot noodles, naan and more.

     

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  • Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures room package
    7 / 7 Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures room package

    Until Dec 27, 2018, you can book a Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures staycation package with prices starting from $650 per night. The room types available include the Elevated Kallang, Deluxe Marina, Premier Suite, Club Premier Suite and One-Bedroom Millenia Suite

    The staycation package includes breakfast for two adults and two kids, the sleeping tent in your room, a specially prepared edible amenity, a passport and discovery map and a Ritz Kids birthday cake surprise if your kid’s birthday falls during the staycation.

    Find out more here.

    Related: 10 most family-friendly hotels in Asia

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